Seattle is full of amazing museums and galleries, many of which you can even visit for free. From contemporary to historic works, our city has a little bit of everything. And while we love visiting our local galleries and museums, it’s not every day that some of the worlds most notable galleries come to you. Cue Seattle Art Fair.

Seattle Art Fair was founded in 2015 by the late Paul G. Allen and today is one of our city’s most celebrated arts events. It takes place July 21st-24th, over the weekend, and this year’s fair features 85 top local, national, and international galleries. Beyond galleries you’ll also be able to see innovative installations, events, talks, and performances.

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Local galleries you’ll find include Traver Gallery, Linda Hodges Gallery, Woodside/Braseth Gallery, Patricia Rovzar Gallery, Greg Kucera Gallery, J. Rinehart Gallery,, Winston Wachter Gallery, and Harris Harvey Gallery. You’ll also find other west coast representation in galleries from Vancouver, BC, Portland, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and more.

It’s well worth visiting if you’re looking to see art this month. What’s more, you can purchase your tickets now which we recommend doing. With that, enjoy!

Seattle Art Fair

When: July 21st-24th
Where: Lumen Field
Cost: $25+